Brandy's New Single 'Put It Down' Ft. Chris Brown Comes Out

April 27, 2012 02:10:39 GMT

While Brandy sticks to what she's good at, Breezy opts to spit his verses in the new song for her 'Two Eleven' album.


Brandy's New Single 'Put It Down' Ft. Chris Brown Comes Out
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Just a few days after confirming a Chris Brown duet, Brandy releases the joint track for her fans' listening pleasure. It's written and produced by Bangladesh and Sean Garrett, and recorded for her upcoming studio album "Two Eleven".

"Damn I love it all/ Even the way you flex/ That's what turn me/ Ooh you know you make me weak," she coos to a lover. Meanwhile, Breezy raps, "Ain't nobody put it down like me though/ Why are you playing? girl you know/ With all this money, and all your cake/ Girl you better stop, I got a big ego."

In an interview with Rap-Up, Brandy described the song as "uptempo" and "really different." Garrett, meanwhile, gushed, "It's very commercial, but at the same time, it's got a dope hip-hop influence - it's club, it's radio, it's all formats."

Brandy is expected to release her album later this summer. In addition to teaming up with Breezy, the singer sister of Ray J reunited with her "The Boy Is Mine" collaborator Monica in another duet called "It All Belongs to Me".

She additionally worked with Frank Ocean, Drake and many more. "I heard the song that Drake did and I loved it. I haven't recorded it yet but I'm looking forward to it because it's such a great melody and the beat is nice," she once said.

Like Brandy, Chris Brown is also preparing a new album. Despite rolling out a bunch of new songs lately, he delays the CD from May 8 to July 3. He's now focusing on promoting his new single "Sweet Love" by filming its music video. A picture taken from the set sees him walking down the street which has beds with women floating in the air lined up by his sides.

"Put It Down" Audio Stream:



"Sweet Love" On-Set Picture:




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